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Scott Eaton
1:20 pm
Thu September 12, 2013

NKU says former athletic director stole $300,000

Former NKU Athletic Director Scott Eaton
Credit NKU

Investigators now have a better idea of how much money a former NKU Athletic Director allegedly stole.

Scott Eaton was fired in March for having inappropriate relationships with four university employees and a student. The university suspected he diverted school funds for personal reasons and had an accounting firm investigate.

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"Before I Forget"
1:32 am
Fri June 28, 2013

NKY Professor Emeritus Martin Giesbrecht's new memoir

Martin Giesbrecht is a retired professor of economics, having taught at Wilmington College and Northern Kentucky University. He has been a frequent contributor to WVXU over the years, doing commentary and guest spots discussing today’s economy. He has written a memoir, Before I Forget: stories and thoughts of a clarinet playing academic, and he joins Frank Johnson to talk about his love of music, economics and writing this book.

Debut CD
1:32 am
Fri May 24, 2013

NKU Faculty Jazz Ensemble's William Brian Hogg

The Northern Kentucky University Faculty Jazz Ensemble has released its debut CD, and our Frank Johnson talks with the co-producer of the project, Director of Jazz Studies/Assistant Professor of Saxophone William Brian Hogg.

Percussionist Dan Dorff
1:32 am
Fri April 26, 2013

"The Quiltbox Sessions"

Dan Dorff (r) and Ronnie Kuller (l)

Local percussionist Dan Dorff recently released his newest effort, The Quiltbox Sessions, a record of vignettes and re-orchestrated classical piano works that he did with a multi-instrumentalist and composer named Ronnie Kuller. Brian O’Donnell welcomes Dan Dorff into the studio to talk about this collaboration and recording at The Monastery Studio in Walnut Hills.

Technology
5:31 am
Fri April 19, 2013

Data Scientist: the sexiest job of the 21st century

NKU's digitorium. The University will begin what it says is the nation's first Data Science Bachelor's Degree this fall.
Sarah Ramsey WVXU

One sure way to get a job these days is to be a "Big Data" specialist. These are the people who can interpret massive amounts of information and tell businesses how to use it to make money. It's a very specialized set of skills involving computer science, business and statistics. The Harvard Business Review says the dominant trait among data scientists is an intense curiosity.   

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